Modular Programming Languages

7th Joint Modular Languages Conference, JMLC 2006 Oxford, UK, September 13-15, 2006 Proceedings

  • David E. Lightfoot
  • Clemens Szyperski
Conference proceedings JMLC 2006

Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 4228)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. Philipp Haller, Martin Odersky
    Pages 4-22
  3. Oliver Lampl, Elmar Stellnberger, László Böszörményi
    Pages 23-36
  4. Christian Heinlein
    Pages 37-56
  5. Pascal Costanza, Robert Hirschfeld, Wolfgang De Meuter
    Pages 84-103
  6. Pietu Pohjalainen
    Pages 104-115
  7. Sean McDirmid, Wilson C. Hsieh, Matthew Flatt
    Pages 116-135
  8. Davide Ancona, Giovanni Lagorio, Elena Zucca
    Pages 136-154
  9. Nadia Belblidia, Mourad Debbabi
    Pages 155-171
  10. Bernd Burgstaller, Bernhard Scholz, Johann Blieberger
    Pages 172-194
  11. Felix Friedrich, Jürg Gutknecht
    Pages 195-210
  12. Reinhard Wolfinger, Deepak Dhungana, Herbert Prähofer, Hanspeter Mössenböck
    Pages 287-305
  13. Joachim H. Fröhlich, Manuel Schwarzinger
    Pages 306-325
  14. Christian Wimmer, Hanspeter Mössenböck
    Pages 326-345
  15. Lang Hames, Bernhard Scholz
    Pages 346-361
  16. R. Nigel Horspool, David J. Pereira, Bernhard Scholz
    Pages 362-376
  17. Jürg Gutknecht
    Pages 377-382
  18. Ulrike Glavitsch, Thomas M. Frey
    Pages 403-414
  19. Back Matter

About these proceedings


On behalf of the Steering Committee we are pleased to present the proceedings of the 2006 Joint Modular Languages Conference (JMLC), organized by Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, UK and held at Jesus College, Oxford. The mission of JMLC is to explore the concepts of well-structured programming languages and software and those of teaching good design and programming style. JMLC 2006 was the seventh in a series of successful conferences with themes including the construction of large and distributed software systems, and software en- neering aspects in new and dynamic application areas. We were fortunate to have a dedicated Program Committee comprising 41 internationally recognized researchers and industrial practitioners. We received 36 submissions and each paper was reviewed by at least three Program C- mittee members (four for papers with an author on the Program Committee). The entire reviewing process was supported by the OpenConf system. In total, 23 submissions were accepted along with two invited papers and are included in this proceedings volume. For the successful local organization of JMLC we thank Muneera Masterson, Ali McNi?e and Fiona Parker and other sta? and student helpers of Oxford BrookesUniversityaswellasRosemaryFrameandJoKnightonandothersta?of JesusCollege,Oxford.TheproceedingsyounowholdwerepublishedbySpringer and we are grateful for their support. Finally, we must thank the many authors who contributed the high-quality papers contained within these proceedings.


Java Modula Multimedia calculus component systems distributed systems formal semantics frameworks meta-modeling modeling modular languages modular program construction optimization programming programming language

Editors and affiliations

  • David E. Lightfoot
    • 1
  • Clemens Szyperski
    • 2
  1. 1.School of Technology, Department of ComputingOxford Brookes UniversityOxfordUK
  2. 2.MicrosoftUSA

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